Glad to help! I agree with bribo on 9 and 6 (he's an expert!)
I tried to provide as much useful info as possible for each coral. Hopefully others will chime in, as I don't have experience with some of the below:
Kenya tree - lower light, lower flow. Will grow extremely fast if given the right conditions, dropping branches of itself frequently spread around the tank. A filter feeder, but can be supplemented with an occasional spot feeding of baby brine shrimp, if it's not already growing faster than you want it to
Favia - Really varies from person to person, individuals have had success with a wide rang of lighting and flow conditions - your's seem to like it just where they are
. These are not particularly difficult to keep at all, they're LPS
, and can be spot fed small foods such as mysis or brine shrimp (but that's not necessary.)
Star polyps - In my experience, star polyps like a lot of flow and varied amounts of light. Pretty easy to keep, no spot feeding that I know of.
Mushroom - Also pretty easy to keep, can be spot fed things like mysis and brine. Usually like lower light and lower flow.
BTA - An Anemone - does best in an established tank with very good lighting. This the one of the generally more difficult animals in your tank, however it appears to be doing well. It is more sensitive to parameter changes than your other corals.
As a side note, all the corals you have seem to like their current lighting and flow, so although it might be a good idea to remember which corals like what conditions, you shouldn't really need to move anything around for the corals sake.